Blog :: 02-2017

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Easy Ways To Revamp Your Landscaping For A Spring Sale

“Curb appeal” aka how a house looks from the curb is one of the first things buyers notice. If it’s messy and unkempt, that first impression will color the buyers opinion of the rest of the home. Fortunately it’s not costly or time consuming the spruce up your yard. These are xa few tips to get started.

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New Boston Skyscraper Construction Could Transform the Skyline

There are some exciting new construction projects under way in Boston, including eight new skyscrapers planned across the city that would transform the skyline and create a large number of new luxury residences, offices, and shopping centers. 

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Existing-Home Sales Reflect Rapid Growth

2017 kick starts after a slow December month in 2016 with a spike of 3.3 percentage points for the National Association of Realtors (NAR) existing-home sales. From 5.51 million to 5.69 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR), January launches a strong start to the new year.

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Newton Declared Sanctuary City, Joins Boston, Cambridge and Somerville

Newton authorities will not cooperate with federal immigration officials in detaining undocumented immigrants unless there are extenuating circumstances such as an outstanding criminal warrant.

This Is The Most Expensive Rental In Boston Right Now

This modern corner penthouse property features amazing views from every room overlooking the Charles River, Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Boston Harbor and beyond.

Boston's Most Controversial Developments

A few of these proposed towers would cast shadows on Boston Common and the Public Garden.